Mr. Oswald came to take Leave and shewed me a Letter from the Secretary of State for
him to come home. He goes off, on Wednesday.
I told him if he was going home, I would communicate to him, what I had not intended.
I told him what I told Yesterday to Vaughan and gave him some short Account of my
Correspondence with the C. de Vergennes, upon the Question whether I should communicate
to Lord G. Germain, my Commissions, and his Requisition from the King, not to do it,